Urology Disease Research Studies
BRI and Virginia Mason investigators are conducting studies of treatments for genitourinary cancer and other conditions with the goal of improving diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of urologic disease.
The Department of Urology has been an important part of Virginia Mason for more than 80 years. All of the physicians, in addition to providing general urologic care, have specific areas of expertise to assure that the most complex problems are managed by a regional and often national expert.
Clinical Research Studies Are Available in the Following Areas
For more information, please contact Debbie Sparks by email or at (206) 341-0896.
BRI’s Clinical Research Registry connects people interested in clinical research with the physicians conducting these studies. Join our Research Registry and you will automatically be considered for all appropriate clinical studies and personally contacted to discuss specific opportunities.